Romantic movies. They can make you laugh so hard you feel sick. Or weep like your heart is about to break. Or take you back to the agony and ecstasy of first love. Is there another kind of film that can toy with our emotions like romances?
Welcome to the latest in Time Out’s expert-voted top 100s. In the past, we’ve brought you the best comedy movies, horror films and sci-fi flicks. Now it’s the turn of romantic films as we gather together the minds of over 100 experts to decide the 100 best romantic movies ever made. Our voters include ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ director Richard Curtis, ‘The Notebook’ writer Nicholas Sparks and actor Tom Hiddleston. And there’s something here for all tastes, from romantic comedies to arthouse gems, chick flicks to high school comedies.
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By Catherine Bray, Dave Calhoun, Cath Clarke, Tom Huddleston, Trevor Johnston and Guy Lodge